Articles by Zack Mauldin
Central Town Council has given unanimous first-reading approval to a policy adding a $100 deposit to all new building construction permits that would be refunded if the builder plants two trees after construction is completed.
Gov. Henry McMaster recently signed a bill into law that would expand the purview of the Public Service Commission to a point where it could investigate matters of wrongdoing or other complaints about local electric cooperatives, like Blue Ridge Electric and others.
The opportunity to eat fresh, locally grown food, even when traveling across the state, is a little easier with the help of the S.C. Farmers and Roadside Market App.
After multiple ownership changes in recent years, the Six Mile branch of Select Bank & Trust Company is now set to become the first branch office of the only bank headquartered in Pickens County.
Willie: Well, I just read Carolyn Brown’s letter to the editor. So, Sen. Justin Amash speaks the truth to power.
The Oconee County Council moved quickly through its agenda Tuesday night, acknowledging lifesaving measures from a county employee, declaring this week as national pollinator week and passing the school district’s 2019-2020 budget.
S.C. Gov. Henry McMaster signed a bill in Columbia last month requiring electrical cooperatives to be investigated by the Public Service Commission for cases of suspected wrongdoing.
Revisions are being made to the Dockside development proposal scheduled to be presented to Clemson City Council a week after residents voiced concerns over the project.
Stevie Dustin James Sanford, 19, of 868 Laing Court in Seneca, faces three counts of breaking into vehicles and four counts of petit larceny
Seneca police arrested 47-year-old Markus Vandel Walters, of Gammell Street, Monday on charges of giving police false information, possessing a stolen motorcycle with a value more than $10,000 and distribution of methamphetamine.
The Oconee County Sheriff’s Foundation presented a $250 check to deputy Chris Johnson on Friday as an extra incentive for his work at the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy last month, but the money won’t stay in his hands long.
Walhalla City Council approved final reading of its $3.94 million general fund budget for the 2019-20 fiscal year that includes a 3 percent across-the-board pay increase for employees and no tax increase.